A customer using our JIRA would like to see resolved/unresolved statistics table based on specified issue field.
Ie. he selects priority field. Then for each used priority in filter issues: there is a row - (name, resolved count, unresolved count). Similar would be for component, or some custom field for his internal properties of issues.
Is something like that possible within core JIRA, or do we need some add-on for it?
There isn't really one for resolved/unresolved directly, but you can get close.
Define a filter for "issues in priority X I want to look at". Add a "filter statistics" gadget using that filter and select "resolution" for the field to report on. It will give you all the resolutions separately, but including "unresolved" and a count of the total numbers.
However, I'd use my favourite gadget - define a filter for "all the issues to look at", then use the "2 dimensional statistics" gadget with it, selecting priority on one axis and resolution on the other. It'll give you a grid of all the possible combinations in one go, no need for the user to select anything.
I forgot - some gadgets have a "ignore resolved issues" flag. So you could put two gadgets next to each other, with the same filter, but set the flag differently. JIRA doesn't do "generated" fields, other than the built-in ones (mostly to do with sums of time tracking). But if you have one of the scripting addons that does provide scripted fields, a simple yes/no field would be a doddle to write (if $issue.resolution then return "resolved" else return "unresolved")
I have multiple projects that use variations of the same base workflow. The variations depend on the requirements of the project or issue type. The variations mostly come in the form of new statuses ...
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